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EnviroBlend is a family of treatment chemicals custom blended to render metal bearing wastes non hazardous.
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Callahan Mine Superfund Site Remedial Action

In Brooksville, ME you will find the Callahan Mine Superfund Site. This site was formerly an open-pit zinc/copper mine located just next to a residential neighborhood. 

Situated so close to a residential area, the mine was the culprit of a significant amount of groundwater contamination. This pressing issue calls for an effective remediation. Learn more on this project and how EnviroBlend helped treat the effected area.

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  A Solid Approach: Decreased Processing of Metal-Impacted Soil and Waste
By Derek Pizarro

Soil pre-treatment utilizing metal recovery is not necessarily cost effective. Pre-treatment remedial approaches dating back to the mid 1980’s were unsuccessful in reducing overall project costs—cost to process and treat the material outweighed the cost of hazardous disposal. Read More...

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  Blue Ash Airport - Clean Ohio Revitalization Fund

ERC recently remediated a former firing range which sat on a 7 acre area in the middle of the taxiways and runways of an active airport. The sites constituents of concern were hazardous and non-hazardous Lead (Pb), Arsenic (As) and PAH contaminated soils.


Seymour Johnson Air Force Base
 
A&D Environmental Services, Inc. was contracted to remediate this former small arms firing range in Goldsboro, NC.  In addition to small arms bullets and debris, the site was screened for munitions and explosives of concern, including unexploded ordinance. Read more about the remediation of the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base.
  Enhanced Attenuation of Dissolved Nickel during Percolation of Industrial Wash Water through Soil

Laboratory treatability studies were conducted to evaluate the nickel stabilizing capacity of various soil amendments for the purpose of enhancing the attenuation of dissolved nickel from industrial wash water derived from operations at a power plant fired with Number 6 fuel oil. Read more...
  Know Your Solutions

For many years, treatment of baghouse dust “in-line” has been used to keep overhead costs to a minimum and to avoid the generation of hazardous waste. Although most people only look at the final results of the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP), there are several important things to know about the actual test procedure. All solutions are not created equal…

 
 AES Certified

At AES Certified, we are committed to delivering the safest, most cost effective solutions for your environmental and remediation needs. Our core values reflect our passion for excellence and drive us to meet every waste management need and desire of our customers. 

   Kerry-McGee Refinery

AES Certified did extensive work in Cleveland, OK in 2012, remediating waste from a former refinery that occupied roughly 170 acres of land, plus adjacent impacted areas. Read more.

  Hazardous Disposal vs. In-Situ Treatment

Historically, hazardous disposal of impacted site soil was commonplace, readily accepted, and simple to implement. It satisfied most all entities proximal to the impacted area or project, regulatory criteria too. Nevertheless, hazardous disposal costs remain the largest single cost associated with a remedial environmental treatment projects. Learn more.
 
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